Pontiac, or Obwandiyag (c. 1720 – April 20, 1769), was an Odawa war chief who
became noted for his role in Pontiac's War (1763–1766), an American Indian
struggle against British mili...
Name of famous chief of Ottawa who led rebellion against british from 1763 -
1766? Chief Pontiac ... What general motors car is named for an Indian chief?
Jul 9, 2011 ... The following were chiefs or leaders of the Ottawa Indians. ... his plan was to
make a sudden attack on all the British posts on the lakes at ... of Michigan,
commonly known as Little Wing, or Wing, and also called Ningweegon.
Ottawa Indian chief who became a great intertribal leader when he organized a ...
In what the English called “Pontiac's Conspiracy,” he arranged for each tribe to ...
One of the greatest Indian chiefs to appear on the American continent was ... The
reservation where the Ottawa lived became a township named after them.
May 1, 2009 ... Named for the famed Ottawa Indian chief and billed as the “Chief of Sixes,” ...
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1720-1769), Ottawa chief and leader of the famed uprising that bears his name,
was a ... More reliable is Howard H. Peckham, Pontiac and the Indian Uprising (
1947). .... Carriage making, important in the 1880s, gave way to the automobile ...
The city was named for the Ottawa chief Pontiac, who is said to be buried nearby.
May 24, 2012 ... Did you grow up thinking of a car when you heard the word Pontiac? ... surname,
when working with the Carlisle Indian School student names. ... helped to make
Pontiac famous and began the myths about the Ottawa leader.
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Grand Chief of the Ottawa Native ... Because of this, Native American imagery
was used in marketing throughout the early life of the brand.
Sep 21, 2014 ... TIL that the car brand Cadillac was named after French explorer ..... Also, Pontiac
was the name of the native american chief who seiged Detroit. ..... named after a
town and an Ottawa war chief Edit: formatting is hard on potato.